I ussually have a member name that is Capitalised for a public member, and the same name in lowercase for the private member .
By those development standards you are CLS compliant!
I tend to lean towards consistant private and public member names with proper casing, but again once you get into private members it leans towards personal taste. In our company it also gets driven by internal standards ... consistancy = easy support. As to proper case everywhere I don't mind doing proper case everywhere, but I also type 60 words/per/minute which usually makes the cap typing irrelavent to me.
My mom made me take typing in high school .... little did she know how it would actually help my carreer now!!! The only thing I remember about the class was the day the teacher had the class do races against her. She kept eliminating people each round. I was one of only two boys in the class, and I was THE ONE to end up going head-to-head against her in the end. She won the race, BTW, with 62 wpm against my 60 wpm; I had two typing errors in the paragraph that counted against me.
I have a tendancy to where my mind on my sleeve
I have a habit of losing my shirt...